Week 5 — Jadu

Khadija Batool Gardezi
3 min readMar 13, 2021

Here I am, finishing my 5th week with Jadu, Huh? Time is flying so, are we!
Always remember time doesn't stop for anyone and this time wouldn’t come back to us so utilize your time properly and do what matters the most to you and what can add value to shape your future, just do that right away!
If you are reading this weekly reflection I want to let know you are doing great, keep going with it, you will be exactly there, where you want to see yourself I am sure you would be more proud of yourself that day!

We started our week with JavaScript, yep you guessed it well, A Programming language!
JavaScript is the only language that can go for Frontend (UI) but we can use it for backend like Nodejs or what we can’t do with JS? 🤔
Javascript is an easy and user-friendly language to explore and build amazing projects and showcase them to the world!

Back from the earliest days of the Web, JavaScript has been a foundation that drives interactive experience around the content we consume, the technology and capability of JavaScript have grown many orders of magnitude, and few doubt its importance at the heart of the world’s most widely available software platform: the Web.
It's like “JavaScript” to “Java” as “Carnival” is to “Car.” 💯
So remember that JavaScript != Java 🔨

JavaScript is a scripting language used to make webpages interactive (e.g., clickable buttons, popups, etc.). There are also more advanced server-side versions of JavaScript such as Node.js, which allow you to add more functionality to a website than downloading files.

JavaScript contains a standard library of objects, such as Array, Date, and Math, and a core set of language elements such as operators, control structures, and statements.

console.log(“Happy Weekend”);

This week I completed my Jadu Project’s project

And I missed my community work session where everyone had 2–3 minutes to talk about themselves I missed listening to my Jadu fellows and I missed participating in such session. I had a mini-story to tell my follows about me but surely will tell on some other day.

I want to talk about one thing that people often says (not pointing my Jadu fellows, you guys are doing a remarkable job as I love seeing people who are not from a tech background but still they are doing it perfectly because of their passion and thirst to learn more) programming is hard I believe nothing is impossible in this world not even at this moment because we have access to almost everything we have google to get help from, or we can read books or even tech blogs can help us to understand better. It's all on us how we deal.
Starting of everything would be exciting to us like we always are “Excited to know what’s this or that” but keep doing practice until your foundation is clear, it would be a little difficult as we have to be consistent in this process and I am trying to and wish everyone the same like stay in the game!

When you are about to quit always remember to ask one question to yourself why you started in the first place?
And that will motivate you to continue the journey.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt

Khadija Batool Gardezi.



Khadija Batool Gardezi

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